Sanctions against Belarus

Activist Piotr Markelau / archive

The Swedish corporation responded to the action of the activist Piotr Markelau with pepper spray.

Dragomir Karic at a meeting with Lukashenka / president.gov.by

By "selling" their Belarusian assets, the Karic brothers "laundered" at least 700 million euros.

"Out of the twenty Russians who rented my apartment, one person openly supported the war" / collage by Ulad Rubanau, Euroradio

But very few of them support the war

Recently, the Prime Minister has been making even more cryptic statements than Lukashenka / collage by Ulad Rubanau, Euroradio

EU's new sanctions see Belarus' exports to Europe almost halved.

Construction area of a tennis arena in Pinsk / 1pinsk.by

The dome was to be brought from Slovenia.

"In these circumstances, the appropriate decision would be an expansion of opportunities for Belarusians" / Sample photo pixabay.com

Earlier, Latvian Saeima called on the EU to suspend the issuance of visas not only to citizens of Russia but also to Belarusians.

Instead of making real changes to trade with the West, Lukashenka would rather emphasize the danger from Russia / AP

The 'sanctions making us stronger' talk is going away, but authorities are not ready for real changes.

Stability in the Belarusian economy means it is regularly bad / collage by Ulad Rubanau, Euroradio

Although the economy is falling, Belarusians feel better off

Belarus trades almost no technological goods with Europe but supplies a lot for construction/collage by Ulad Rubanau, Euroradio

Belstat hid the data, but we learned what exactly Belarus sells to Europe